Daniel Sturridge has praised the Liverpool supporters and stated how happy he is with life at Anfield. The England striker scored twice in Tuesday’s 4-0 win over Everton at Anfield – meaning he now has 27 goals in just 34 appearances for the club.
The 24 year old did appear happy when he was substituted by Brendan Rodgers with a little under twenty minutes reamining, however. But he moved quickly to clear that up.
“I am just really enjoying my football at the moment,” Sturridge said.
“The love I have for this club just grows and grows more and more each day and I can only thank the fans for embracing me in the way that they have.”
Sturridge also reflected on the derby win, saying that it is a ‘massive three points’.
“It’s a massive three points, it’s massive for the fans, who get the bragging rights now, and that’s what it is all about,” he told the Liverpool Echo.
“It was fantastic for the boys. We wanted to put on a performance for the fans, for the team, for everyone and obviously we’re delighted.”